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Department
Philosophy
Course
CAS PH 110
Professor
Suzanne Sreedhar
Semester
Fall

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CULLANDER Citation: Cullander, Cecil C. H. "Why Thomas Mann Wrote." Virginia Quarterly Review 75.1 (1999): 31- 48. Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection. Web. 12Apr. 2014. • “Upon the assumption of Nazi power in 1933 Mann, on a speaking tour out of Germany, exiled himself knowing that he would likely be put into prison or a concentration camp. His diaries remained in his Munich house. During the second World War he worried about their possible discovery by the Nazis and instructed his son Golo to retrieve them— wrapped in canvas, tied, sealed with wax, and hidden under floor boards in the house. His instructions to Golo included, ‘Do not read them.’” (Cullander 31) • “Mann ordered that his diaries not be opened until twenty
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